Travel Blogs from Darwin, Australia

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The Northern Territory, Darwin, Australia travel blog

The Northern Territory

A travel blog entry by sazzle

Arrived in ...

Familiar Faces and more in Darwin, Darwin, Australia travel blog

Familiar Faces and more in Darwin

A travel blog entry by margfromtumba

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... a popular destination from here! Maybe next time ..... Finally got around to checking out the oil storage tunnels - constructed after the bombing of Darwin in 1942, but not completed til after wars end in 1945 and so never used! Dug by hand and in secret, ...

'Ere it's a bit foisty in Darwin!, Darwin, Australia travel blog

'Ere it's a bit foisty in Darwin!

A travel blog entry by lucee1989

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... look around the Supreme Court which also houses an art gallery – this time it had a collection of works by Aboriginal artists across Australia. This took me until around 2pm and by that time I was ready for a swim so I headed back to the hostel and ...

Dundee Beach, Gunn Point and more, Darwin, Australia travel blog

Dundee Beach, Gunn Point and more

A travel blog entry by margfromtumba

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... park to check out the Glenti festival - a 2 day event celebrating all things Greek, organised and run by the Greek community of Darwin. Fantastic food and music!! I must say the bus service in Darwin is terrific. $2 buys me a 3 hour ticket and people ...

Croc park, Darwin, Australia travel blog

Croc park

A travel blog entry by worldtrip_kp

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... place for making handbags.. A lot of the leather is exported to France.. They also sell the left over product meat to people in Australia.. The meat doesn't really have a taste, but you can use it as Chicken for a meal like Croc today or Croc curry.. The ...

Darwin, Darwin, Australia travel blog

Darwin

A travel blog entry by alexklarka

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English - Darwin is the most northern part of Australia that we will visit on our travels. It is very humid here but unfortunately we can't cool off in the sea because there are too many Salt Water Crocodiles, Sharks and the some of the baddest jellyfish ...

Broome to Darwin, Darwin, Australia travel blog

Broome to Darwin

A travel blog entry by dimi_and_fiona

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Ok you ready Stayed at Broome for 3 nights where & caught up with Dimis friend Anthony. Broome was lovely but extremely overpriced and very touristy. The beaches and sunset at Cable Beach, however, are breathtaking! Enjoyed 40 degree sleepless nights ...

Thursday - yet another Rest Day, Darwin, Australia travel blog

Thursday - yet another Rest Day

A travel blog entry by alene

Well, we certainly had enough rest days, the Ole 55s! Thursday was yet another Rest Day and a crowd of us went out to Kakadu by air, organized by Tall Fee's daughter Victoria, who is a pilot. One Ole 55 who will remain nameless, now holds the honour of ...

Chillin' out in Darwin, Darwin, Australia travel blog

Chillin' out in Darwin

A travel blog entry by atlarge

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... less-desirable flying visitors became apparent: sand flies, which left our legs red-spotted and itchy, and RAAF jets from nearby Darwin airport filling the skies with thunder.  Quite exciting the first ten or so times… On our first day we ...

Adels Grove to Darwin, Darwin, Australia travel blog

Adels Grove to Darwin

A travel blog entry by angela_louise

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... , population 15. At the hotel we shared our showers with the frogs. The next day we visited the daly Waters pub, with Australia's most remote traffic light. The pub had loads of stuff on the walls that all the travellers who pass through have put there ...

Warm again, Darwin, Australia travel blog

Warm again

A travel blog entry by caz_sykes

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... and equally deadly box jellyfish are waiting to sting in the sea. But this is all in the city, the amazing times have been in Darwin's vast surrounding areas, of which we have seen so much and yet so little. Will start a new page for that anyway, so see ...

Darwin,Northern Territory and Jumping Crocs!, Darwin, Australia travel blog

Darwin,Northern Territory and Jumping Crocs!

A travel blog entry by scrapiron

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... the night on the greyhound bus without being able to sleep properly and braking every half hour for Kangaroos eventually pulled up at Darwin and checked into the Youth Shack.Shared a 4bed dorm with Mick,Si and Nicole-Mick and Si two mates from Oldham and ...

Nie masz butow, koszulki to nie bedziesz obsluzony, Darwin, Australia travel blog

Nie masz butow, koszulki to nie bedziesz obsluzony

A travel blog entry by skleroz75

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Kilka rzeczy wymagalo naszego dzialania I to niestety natychmiast… Wczoraj tak energicznie pociagnelam za samochodowa lodowke, ze zlamalam kabel doprowadzajacy prad z akumulatora! Dzisiaj troche zajelo nam zanim odnalezlismy sklep z akcesoriami do ...

G'Day Australia, Darwin, Australia travel blog

G'Day Australia

A travel blog entry by kevandhazel

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... Park a bit outside of Darwin. There we saw some fishes, turtles and had a short walk through the jungle. A first glance of Australia's big attraction called "Nature" so to speak. Afterwards we headed to East Point Park which is a stretch of land in the ...

Darwin Airport, Darwin, Australia travel blog

Darwin Airport

A travel blog entry by jaykythlionas

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Darwin is freaking hot and stuffy. That's all I can say. It's not really a massive part of our trip so we ...

Arrived into Darwin with hours to spare.., Darwin, Australia travel blog

Arrived into Darwin with hours to spare..

A travel blog entry by jsto

All that was left for today was the 300km journey into Darwin. We had to return the motorhome by 3pm. We started early and made it to the hostel for 12pm, and after a frantic unloading the 38 degree heat we managed to get the motorhome back at 2pm. ...

The tempest, Darwin, Australia travel blog

The tempest

A travel blog entry by countyman

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... had'nt rained all day !!!!! Finished the day in the Jabru sport and social club. The next day was a 6-45 start back to Darwin where we booked into the YHA. Tomorrow I get the Gahn train south across the continent to Adelaide and Martin makes his way back ...

The spirit of the Ghan, Darwin, Australia travel blog

The spirit of the Ghan

A travel blog entry by yam_cina

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I took the train from Alice to Darwin. The ride took 24 hours on the Ghan root. The ride was interesting and in the stop in Katrine we(Noam and I) almost missed the train. All in all it was better then doing that in a bus and probably cheaper. P.S - ...

Finally leaving Darwin hurrah!!!!!!!!, Darwin, Australia travel blog

Finally leaving Darwin hurrah!!!!!!!!

A travel blog entry by lucy_and_matt

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After four months, which to us has felt like a life time (our own decision of course) we are finally leaving Darwin and Australia hurray!! Maybe one day we're be back to do Western Australia, maybe not, who knows!? We have certainly been experiencing a ...

From the Red Centre to the Tropical Top End, Darwin, Australia travel blog

From the Red Centre to the Tropical Top End

A travel blog entry by travelbuggie

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... so. Then the international departures room opened and we had to get up again and go through more security and customs for departing Australia, which was something fairly new to me, we don’t have to do that leaving Canada. Again, in another waiting ...

DESTINATION DARWIN, Darwin, Australia travel blog

DESTINATION DARWIN

A travel blog entry by followingmyfeet

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... freedomified that it's hard!! After flying over red sandy desert, red sandy desert and er...more red sandy desert, we arrive in Darwin!! I like the airport and I like the heat!! I am actually really excited!! As we drive through the streets of this ...

its not all 'hard croc cafe' t-shirts you know, Darwin, Australia travel blog

its not all 'hard croc cafe' t-shirts you know

A travel blog entry by jen_and_chris

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... ja!" One of our favourite 'family' members was Mary. A tiny swiss girl who had only learnt english upon arriving in australia. She had a heart of gold, a passion for partying, an amazing capacity for beer drinking, and the funniest stories enhanced ...

Hunting Crocodiles, Darwin, Australia travel blog

Hunting Crocodiles

A travel blog entry by cubnelaine

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Gud Die Mates, We have landed in Darwin, our first stop in Australia.  When we got on our tour bus, we experienced our first look at this giant.  It is much more civilized that what we were used to in Asia, but not nearly as interesting and ...

Darwin, Darwin, Australia travel blog

Darwin

A travel blog entry by dam

Nothing yet but ...

More photos, Darwin, Australia travel blog

More photos

A travel blog entry by gemmatthews

Hey guys, Just to let you know Caz has uploaded her photos now which can be found on the link below. www.travelpod.com/ members/caz_sykes love ya Gem ...

Tastes of the world, Darwin, Australia travel blog

Tastes of the world

A travel blog entry by kazjohn

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John and I have been checking out Darwin over the last few days and we really like it.  Its easy to get around and has a really multicultural aspect.  Yesterday we checked out the city and a few of the sites (parliament house, the mall, the ...

Klebrig durch den Tag, Darwin, Australia travel blog

Klebrig durch den Tag

A travel blog entry by nixwieweg

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Gestern sind wir in Darwin angekommen. Hier ist es richtig tropisch warm und man hat das Gefühl am ganzen Körper zu kleben. Überall sieht man den asiatischen Einfluss, man kann leckere Früchte kaufen oder auf den bunten Märkten schlendern. Unser ...

A racy little number, Darwin, Australia travel blog

A racy little number

A travel blog entry by scruffyandco

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... quite literally came to shove! The third and final day was even more spectacular and V8 fans from all over Australia had decended on Darwin`s Hidden Valley to see who would win the 6th Round of the 14 Round championship. The atmosphere was electric ...

Sunnies, Swimmies, Mozzies, and Crocs!, Darwin, Australia travel blog

Sunnies, Swimmies, Mozzies, and Crocs!

A travel blog entry by rubin

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... avoid overheating in the direct sunlight.    Finally, we headed back to a west-facing beach in Darwin - our first actual beach in Australia - where we were served prawns and bubbly and watched the sunset.  The beach was in fact much ...

Unsolved mysteries, Darwin, Australia travel blog

Unsolved mysteries

A travel blog entry by aanhetnetman

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... - a Dutch Delight". It's on that beach and at the adjacent weekly evening market that I spent my last evening in Darwin and in Australia with Keith and Tris, a Scottish/Swedish couple I befriended on my arrival here- what could be more fitting? Both of ...

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